By Blake Stilwell – The profession of arms deals in
death, no matter how we like to think of our daily military lives. No matter
what your military specialty is, you’re helping that end. If you’re a cook,
you feed war-fighters who are out there dealing death. If you work in finance,
you’re reimbursing travel vouchers for troops who likely dealt some death.
Combat cameramen, you’re documenting the history of dealing death and inspiring
others to join in.
I’m not passing moral judgement — I was in the military,
too. That’s just the reality of what’s happening.
In that respect, not only does it make sense that some
military installations, vehicles, and battlefields would be haunted (if you
believe in that sort of thing) – it should actually make us wonder how military
installations, vehicles, and battlefields aren’t more haunted.
No where else is that more apparent than Kadena Air Base,